Keith chairman Andy Troup is happy his club will be able to continue their Scottish Cup venture after its return dates were revealed.
All residents in a north-east town and the surrounding area have been urged to take coronavirus tests following a surge in cases.
All residents at a north-east care home are self-isolating following an outbreak of coronavirus.
An Italian man will go on trial later this year accused of killing five people - including his own four-year-old son - after falling asleep behind the wheel.
Snow ploughs will return to the railway line between Keith and Inverurie today after trains were stopped in their tracks by 6ft-high drifts.
A broken down train and 'skitey' roads are bringing disruption to travellers in the north-east this morning.
Fifty years ago, the BBC tried to axe Scooby-Doo… and they would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn’t been for those pesky Scottish kids.
Organisations that helped out with the Huntly gas outage have been thanked for their efforts.
Fire crews have now left a house in Huntly, which was the scene of an earlier blaze.
Heavy snowfall and wintry conditions are wreaking havoc on the A96 Inverness to Aberdeen road between Keith and Huntly, with numerous vehicles reported to have been affected.
Gas has been restored to homes in Keith and Huntly.
SGN is hoping to restore gas to everyone in Huntly and Keith later today.
Parts of the north and north-east have seen the yellow weather warning for snow on Friday and Saturday upgraded to a more serious amber warning.
A convenience store worker in Keith has donated a number of portable heaters for those affected by the gas switch-off in Moray.
‘Major disruption’ means thousands of homes in Keith and Huntly could be without gas for a considerable period of time
Two north-east towns could be without gas heating and hot water for a considerable amount of time due to a "major disruption" with the supply.
About 4,500 properties in Huntly and Keith could be left without gas overnight due to a fault.
Turriff United have appointed Dean Donaldson as their new manager.
A dog found in the Keith area has been successfully returned to his owners. Police in the north-east launched an appeal this evening to find the owner of a dog found in the Keith area. The Golden Retriever was found before being handed into police officers at Keith police station.
Formartine United manager Paul Lawson was not surprised his side’s Scottish Cup tie with Annan Athletic was one of several to fall foul of the weather.
Three of tomorrow's Scottish Cup cup ties involving Highland League sides have been wiped out by the wintery weather.
‘I just want to have something to hand down to my son’ – north-east doughnut van owner fears for future of his business
With summer events a no go last year, Moray-based doughnut van operator Ally Pirie fears for his future as the coronavirus bites businesses again.
Keith chairman Andy Troup reckons supporters were safe for the brief time they were allowed back into Highland League grounds.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a bottle was thrown at a taxi in Keith.
When Gilly Shand bought Cedar Lodge it was little more than a shell with a blueprint of plans, waiting to be finished.
Five of today's Highland League clashes have now been postponed due to inclement weather, with one off due to Covid-related issues.
The surface of a major north-east road is to be improved in two separate sections, in two projects costing a total of £335,000.
Keith boss Andy Roddie was delighted to get his first win in charge in front of fans as the Maroons progressed to the semi-final of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup by beating Huntly.
Allan Hale wants to restore glory days to Huntly ahead of Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup tie with Keith
Allan Hale is hoping to make Huntly successful again and is eyeing up a place in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup semi-final ahead of tonight's tie against Keith.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low insists a fast start is vital for any club hoping to be in Highland League title contention.
Ryan Robertson reckons Keith are capable of hitting new heights under manager Andy Roddie.